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16 February 2016

Graduate Development Program for Analytics and Data Management per HPE

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Company Graduate Trainee Programme embarking on a structures development programme for 12- 24months.

Responsiblities:

Participate and complete all training and development components of the Graduate Program.

Business Capablities:
  • Acts resourcefully to ensure that work is completed within specified time and quality parameters.
  • Knows how to get things done in a complex, multilevel organization.
  • Meets commitments to customers.
  • Mature End to end understanding of a deal lifecycle from design to implementation.
  • Ability to identify risks and factors that can have technical, financial or commercial impact.
  • Ability to elevate and escalate issues when necessary.
  • Understanding of company's internal mechanisms in order to manage eco system and understand requirements.
Education and Experience:
  • Bachelor or master degree in computer science, software engineering or equivalent
  • Within 1 year of graduation which may also include relevant work experience
Knowledge and Skills:
  • Demonstrates a methodical approach following Agile methodologies like SCRUM or KANBAN from previous employment/university work using tools such as Atlassian JIRA.
  • Strong technical background, especially in JEE development and DBMS (relational and/or NoSQL)
  • Strong verbal and written communication using a variety of tools.
  • Understanding of basic negotiation skills - able to balance risk and opportunity.
  • Keeps up-to-date on professional/ technical developments.
  • Demonstrates a "can-do" spirit, ownership, and commitment.
  • Able to build relationships, demonstrates a passion for customers.
  • Is able to work both as a team player and independently on multiple tasks.
  • Is able to adapt to a technical environment, is highly motivated and able to manage constant change and ambiguity.
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